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  • WW1 BRITISH SHOP COUNTER, BOOT SHOP ADVERTISEMENT

    A nice piece of WW1 period shop counter advertising, in the form of an ash tray and .303 14 dated engraved bullet. The ash tray is pressed tin,  japanned lacquered, with pressed and printed detail advertising ‘Tyler’s Boots’ (see images). Slogan on the tray and cartridge case reads ‘Tyler’s boots are the best’. A coupler of small areas of surface rust to the tray. (Nice that both items are

    £150.00
  • BRITISH VINTAGE SWEET TIN in the form of a WW1 MK V TANK

    I cant be absolutely sure, but I believe this item originates from the 1930’s A small sweet tin, the body of which is made from card board with the turret and track panels in tin plate. The track panels are detachable, sugesting these are the lids, the turret seems immobile. British maker details to the reverse. Some rust staining to one side panels printed paint detail, and minor surface

    £80.00
  • ‘THE LULL BEFORE THE STORM’ 1913 CHRISTMAS GIFT

    A ‘non military’ item, but non the less a lovely moment in time collectable related to the Great War. A personalised 1914 calendar ! Personalised with a studio taken photograph with an inked dedication to the photograph and reverse of the calendar. Photograph signed ‘Yours truly Sidney F Marshall’. The reverse with the dedication ‘My best wishes for jolly Xmas and the brightest of New Years Sidney F

    £75.00
  • WW1 BRITISH COMMEMORATIVE WARE TEA CADDY

    A tin plate decorative tin issued by the ‘Mazawattee’ Tea Company as possibly a gift to employees or as a sales item (more lilkey the latter). Depicts the patriotic flags of the WW1 Allies and the various fighting men of said Allies. The underside is marked with manufacturer details. Some fading and evidence of being shelf used as a tea caddy.

    £45.00